Like the previous album Ryoko, this album's style is also like a soundtrack, sci-fi/space fantasy, electronic, orchestral, industrial, etc. Yet it's a soundtrack without a movie, maybe one day I'll get to make the movie!
The music was composed on my old Amiga 1200 computer, a mix of 8bit and 16bit sounds was used. The tracks was composed using OctaMed Soundstudio, a old but very good Module Tracker.
That was back in 1997-1999, now in 2010 I re-generated the tracks in 16bit 48KHz, processed them as 32bit 48KHz, cleaned up clicks and pops, raised the lower end a little, added some warmth, master levels calibrated to the K20RMS (-20dBFS/83dBSPL) audio standard for consistent and comfortable listening levels similar to the SMPTE movie standard, and turned them into 24Bit 48KHz FLAC with no dithering.
So you will be hearing the "computer" sound in all it's glory (and flaws)!
The album is very experimental, and unlike the previous album Ryoko which was somewhat planned as to the tracks and album style, this album was pieced together using existing tracks to make an album.
Sometimes the song morphs into something completely different throughout a song. What it may appear to be at the start, may not always be the end!
The important thing is I had fun. And now and again I get nostalgic and listen to my old tracks as several of my favorites are also on this album.
There are two bonus tracks as well that didn't fit the "story" of the album, but I couldn't resist throwing in some freebies for you.... Enjoy!